I have to agree 100% with Mr. Taylor, the people of Spain made a mistake!
Here is an article from Randy Talor at NEIN, www.homelandsecurityus.com...
Do you remember the threats from Al Qaeda to the country of Spain warning about the perils of having troops in Iraq as part of the US Coalition?
Pull the troops out and abandon the coalition or we will attack you.
Then Al Qaeda took the threat further and blew up a few commuter trains a mere three days before the elections and ultimately Spain’s voters chose
what seemed to be the easy way out purely out of fear.
Afraid of a small group of individuals that threatened to hurt them and actually attacked them.
They thought they had made a wise decision much like many here in this country think the US should do.
Pull out of Iraq or the big, bad Al Qaeda monster will get us.
Lo and behold, according to BBC news reports today there have been multiple arrests over the last two weeks in Spain of Al Qaeda cell members who were
plotting to destroy the High Court where the primary investigators of the train bombings are stationed and the Supreme Court in Madrid as well.
“The plot is said to have involved detonating a lorry loaded with 500 kg (1,100 lb) of explosives near the High Court and Supreme Court.
No weapons or explosives have been found” The article reported.
In addition “A further seven were killed when their explosives blew up as police approached their hide-out in Madrid.”
Hmmmm. I thought the deal was if Spain pulled out of Iraq, they would have an Al Qaeda Fire and Casualty Insurance Blanket Policy.
You know, like the policies offered by the mob to businesses here in the US. Weren’t those the terms of the deal? Hmmmm.
How utterly surprising that Al Qaeda lied to an entire government and people, manipulated the Spaniards right out of a coalition through democratic
process disruption and threats.
So in light of utter stupidity displayed by the anti-war majority portion of the population,, for going above and beyond in their effort to display
poor judgment to the rest of the world, and for not coming to our leaders and begging us to let them redeem themselves by joining the coalition again,
I must award the country of Spain, the “Dunce Cap Award”.
Further and more importantly, I want to congratulate the American People for not giving an inch to Bin Laden and his gang of murderers and cowards.
He clearly warned us of the penalty for voting for George W. Bush and you didn’t allow him the pleasure of intimidation that he and his punks have
grown used to.
If Al Qaeda attacked tomorrow, I would rather go to meet my maker knowing I didn’t die like a coward or in fear.
I am very proud of this country, I am very proud of the people that live here and I am proud to be an American.
Now more than ever, please support and pray for our President,
George W. Bush